Upcoming roadworks to improve travel in Gordon’s Bay

upcoming improvements to Gordon’s Bay traffic

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Beach Road and Faure Street in Gordon’s Bay will benefit greatly from a significant road resurfacing project that is being started by the Urban Mobility Directorate of the City of Cape Town.

With the aim of improving transportation infrastructure, this effort, which is scheduled to start this week, is expected to finish by November 29.

This all-inclusive project covers a number of essential elements that will improve safety and road quality. Kerbs, channels, and isolated block paving will all be repaired as part of the initiative. Additionally, it will fix the base and surface issues that have been affecting these roads.

The installation of a new bituminous surfacing layer will improve motorists’ access to smoother, longer-lasting roads. To improve traffic flow and increase safety, existing speed humps will be rebuilt.


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Additionally, pedestrian crossings will be redone, enhancing safety for locals and tourists in Gordon’s Bay. Additionally, new road markings and signs will be put in place to improve navigational clarity.

Road users may experience some inconveniences during this construction period, the City of Cape Town acknowledges. To reduce disruptions, proactive measures will be taken, though.

Road resurfacing activities will mostly take place during the day, from 8 am to 5 pm on weekdays, and traffic will be diverted away from the construction zones to ensure that vehicles can move smoothly in both directions.

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Road users are encouraged to take alternate routes while this construction is being done, even though every effort will be made to make traffic flow easier. The City guarantees that residents and visitors will always be treated with respect and emphasizes the importance of the traveling public’s safety and convenience.

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